Good health requires a daily commitment! In that spirit, this week, National Public Health Week – April 2-6, 2018 – is a chance to think about how we can help […]
The impact of legalization of marijuana is far more involved than we may anticipate, including the potential for long-term debilitating effects on personal health, and an impact on educational and […]
“Addressing the health and well-being of America’s students is paramount to comprehensive education reform and a proven strategy for school turnaround.” American School Health Association Anyone who believes that healthier […]
September was Suicide Prevention Month, which brought awareness to the fact that suicide is a preventable public health issue.
Vermont’s suicide rate is higher than the national average by about 30 percent. According to the Centers for Disease Control, in 2014 Vermont’s rate was 19 people per 100,000,compared to […]
Zero Suicide is a commitment to suicide prevention in health care systems and is also a specific set of strategies. Listen to our Executive Director, Dr. JoEllen Tarallo – along […]